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thatwasweirdblog:

theeconomist:

This week’s cover: the Socialist who is likely to be the next French president would be bad for his country and Europe.

Scary scary scary scary scary shit.

Sarkozy meddling in the economy costing $183B in losses is not enough. The French need a socialist president?

thatwasweirdblog:

theeconomist:

This week’s cover: the Socialist who is likely to be the next French president would be bad for his country and Europe.

Scary scary scary scary scary shit.

Sarkozy meddling in the economy costing $183B in losses is not enough. The French need a socialist president?

(via goldofcortes)

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    As usual, the comments section is just as great a read as the article itself.
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  5. misantropo reblogged this from emmanuelnegro and added:
    I never started :)
  6. dwv reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    The Economist - This week’s cover: the Socialist who is likely to be the next French president would be bad for his...
  7. emogentcorp reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    Lol, Economist. That cover makes Hollande look a bit like he’s about...start pulling...
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  9. kingxerox reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    Was reminded of what Prof F said about how the French Revolution hasn’t ended
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    The unfortunate but inevitable fall of France, and possibly the Euro.
  12. lecieltumultueux reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    Hmmm
  13. iamamonocle reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    find one article in...media that unabashedly supports Monsieur Hollande. I’ve not seen one...
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  15. emmanuelnegro reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    Ok, that’s it. I’m done reading...Economist, either on tumblr or elsewhere. This
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    I disagree.
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    This week’s cover: the Socialist who is likely to be the next French president would be bad for his country and Europe....
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    A cover that makes...Evening Standard’s election coverage look positively fair
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    Option 1: STOP FOLLOWING the Economist and suffer through not tearing them apart brick by brick (possibly) before other...
  25. gspanwannabe reblogged this from goldofcortes and added:
    Sarkozy meddling in the economy costing $183B in losses is not enough. The French need a socialist president?
  26. planetwatcher said: While I was reading your article (“The rather dangerous Monsieur Hollande”), I realized that if every French people was able to understand this article, they will vote Hollande for sure. Me included and I am definitely not one of his supporters. The weak arguments this…
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    This week’s cover: the Socialist who is likely to be the next French president would be bad for his country and Europe.